The Chief Minister of Odisha Naveen Patnaik expressed his gratitude to Sonu Sood on Twitter after he helped several girls return to their home in Odisha amid the coronavirus lockdown. Sonu Sood, who has been relentlessly working to help stranded migrants return to their states, airlifted 177 girls stuck in Kerala and sent them home to Odisha on Friday.

Praising the actor, the Odisha CM wrote, "Thank Bollywood actor Sonu Sood for coming

forward to help #Odisha girls, stranded in Kerala during nationwide #COVID19 lockdown, to reach home safe. His humanitarian gesture is indeed commendable."

Sonu Sood thanked him and said that he felt it was his duty to help the stranded sisters. "Thank you so much for your encouraging words sir. I felt it was my duty to get our stranded sisters back to their homes. Will continue to support people struck anywhere in our country," he tweeted.
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